Skque FM Transmitter with USB Car Charger Black - 845793004138

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Good enough for speech only, not music

by A customer on 1/17/2011

For only, $1, it performs better than expected. The volume is pretty low, even if I have my radio and my phone volume all the way up. The cords lengths cut it pretty close, so depending on your phone and where you place your hands free clips, it may not work too well. I like the design with the split cord for stereo jack and usb female connection (on most devices, they use usb for power now) When playing music, the quality is not good, so I will probably be buying a better transmitter. But for now, it will work because I primarily wanted it for audio books anyway - it does good for those. Read More

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Product Overview

This FM Transmitter is the perfect way to get sound from your iPod, PSP, PDA, MP3 or CD player into your car stereo. Tune your car stereo to the selected FM frequency, and start to enjoy your digital music with full stereo sound and convenience!

Specifications

Manufacturer Skque
Mfg Part# 845793004138
SKU 215989522
UPC 845793004138
UPC 14 00845793004138
Features
FM transmitter powered by any vehicle cigarette lighter adapter. No battery needed
Just tune your car radio into 107.7 FM channel and you'll hear your music player playing in stereo on the radio speakers
This device transmits stereo audio from your portable music player directly to your car's radio or home stereo through your FM radio
This FM Transmitter is the perfect way to get sound from your iPod, PSP, PDA, MP3 or CD player into your car stereo
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Good enough for speech only, not music by A customer on Jan 17, 2011

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